Northern Prairie Wildlife Research Center
. . . Coming Out of the Dark
- If you have a bat house already mounted or know of a roosting area for
bats, the Wildlife Diversity Program would like to hear from you. Call or
write for the "Bat House/Bat Roosting Survey."
- To learn more about Oklahoma's endangered bats, request "Oklahoma's
Endangered Species" booklet from the Wildlife Diversity Program.
- Dr. William Caire, co-author of this brochure, is a recognized
mammologist specializing in bats. Write to him at the Biology Department,
University of Central Oklahoma, 100 University Drive, Edmond, OK 73034.
- Bat Conservation International is recognized as the international
leader in conservation initiatives that protect bats and their habitats.
They have an "Adopt-A-Bat" program that people can support. Write BCI, P.O.
Box 162603, Austin, TX 78716, or call (512) 327-9721.
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